An inventive and suspenseful take on what it means to live with loss, to search for the truth, and to know when it’s best to let go of the past. We are big fans of novels where the protagonist searches like a detective. We are all always searching. Hold fast as you explore this story.
"[A] superior thriller"—Publishers Weekly STARRED Review
"J.P. Smith's latest thriller is an exquisite labyrinth of plot twists"—Traci Medford-Rosow, USA Today bestselling author
When it comes to contacting the dead, it's easy to go a step too far
Every year, as the anniversary of 9/11 inches closer on the calendar, Kit Capriol scans the memorials published in the New York Times. It's a simple thing to look up a name and phone number, to reach out to surviving family members who might still be yearning for connection with their lost loved one... to offer assistance. After her husband went down in the north tower, Kit scraped by as an actress, barely supporting herself and her daughter. But now Zoey is in the hospital, bills are due, and the acting work has dried up. Becoming a medium is almost too easy for someone used to pretending for a living—and desperate clients aren't hard to come by.
Now, though, something has changed. The seances Kit holds in her apartment are starting to feel unsettlingly real, and the intriguing man she met at a local bar could be more complicated than he seems. As the voices of the dead grow louder in her head and the walls of her apartment close in, Kit realizes that despite her daughter's absence, she hasn't been quite as alone as she thought.
"The Summoning is a suspenseful and gripping novel, one readers can count on to keep them reading into the late hours."—Mystery & Suspense Magazine
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